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FOX Business
Dec 10, 2013 5:00pm EST
why he lost the case. >> he used a defense, it's between and john and a prostitute. paying for services. severally it was not so much a substantive argument. he really lost on legalese which is what happened. melissa: what are damages to make what is she saying was worth 50,000? >> well, she does have two children with the man you might have something going on here where they want to make sure is taking care of. she also quit her job to stay home with the children. i'm not sure of georgia has a common-law marriage and she could make another climb based on that, but in this case he lost because he chose the wrong defense. you have to plead your defense. >> i think that's exactly right. there is a defense in the case. one of the judges pointed out that she is allegedly cheated and had affairs. apparently she also had an affair at the time of the proposal. this judge found that he meant it that he wanted to marry her. he changed his mind. melissa: i was the figure out? >> there were facts consisted of consistent with his intention to go on. melissa: that looks so happy at the time
FOX Business
Dec 5, 2013 12:00am EST
and yet because democts are so defensive about the affordable care act, because they're so distrustful of republicans who do want to repeal it, ty felt like they had to keep going no matter what. well maybe it is not a good idea if the thing is not even finished. melissa: byron york, thank you so much. >> thank you, melissa. melissa: walmart workers around the country held black friday protests over low wages. now today 600 new washington, d.c. employees are happy to have a job. is the bg box retailer winning the war on >>> plus, police departments are using new technology to deal with speeders. th are firing rockets at you. i'm not kidding. that is one way to cut down on high-speed chases, right? is it safe? more money coming up. pick your [bleep] up. you're not [bleep] sittin' here. yes, i am. [laughter] move. move. [laughter/indistinct chatter] bully: give it to him hard. no, no, no, oww. announcer: every day, kids witness bullying... boy: why are you stabbing me with it? no! announcer: they want to help, but don't know how. no! oww. ohh, you guys... announcer: teach you
FOX Business
Dec 4, 2013 5:00pm EST
anytime in the last couple months and yet because democrats are so defensive about the affordable care act, because they're so distrustful of republicans who do want to repeal it, they felt like they had to keep going no matter what. well maybe it is not a good idea if the thing is not even finished. melissa: byron york, thank you so much. >> thank you, melissa. melissa: walmart workers around the country held black friday protests over low wages. now today 600 new washington, d.c. employees are happy to have a job. is the big box retailer winning the war on walmart? >>> plus, police departments are using new technology to deal with speeders. they are firing rockets at you. i'm not kidding. that is one way to cut down on high-speed chases, right? is it safe? more money coming up. melissa: the great wage debate rages on. two d.c. walmarts open following months of controversy but the fight is not over. d.c. city council just voted to boost the city's minimum wage to 11.50 an hour by 2016. it is 8.25 right now. that is a big jump. here now the man behind the plan, d.c. city councilman, vi
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